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Hendrik Erz Jan 24
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Pallavi Banerjee Jan 23
Rest in Power - probably one of the most influential Marxist sociologists of our times. What you taught us and your legacy will live on - as your stardust in this world. One of his last writing - beautiful, deep and brave.
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James Payne Jan 23
I don't why I read this memoiristic essay by my first year of grad but its straightforward prose & honest depiction of maintaining one's politics in academia has stayed with me. One need not write like a Marxist intellectual to be one.
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Francis Clarke Jan 23
Sad to learn that the renowned Marxist sociologist Erik Olin Wright has died. Only discovered his work recently via . has a warm tribute to the man, his work and his generous spirit
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Rachael & Resistant Feb 1
Wish I could have a had a discussion with him.
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Mehreen Zahra-Malik Jan 30
’s ideas captured audiences, intellectuals and activists across the globe, making him one of the most distinguished critical social scientists of our era,” said Michael Burawoy, leading sociologist at the University of California
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Books & Ideas 3 Nov 14
Delighted to announce our first article in association with ! Read 's review of
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María Vignau Loría Jan 23
"Interstitial strategies to create real utopias involve showing that another world is possible by building it in the spaces available, and then pushing against the state and public policy to expand those spaces". Thanks for the lessons Erik
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Deplorable Brwrp 14 Jun 17
Marx and Marxism both suck.
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ISA Sep 13
In Memoriam | Close friends & fellow sociologists & Michelle Williams pay tribute to the inspirational life & work of in latest issue of
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ISA Oct 24
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Mark J Smith Jan 25
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Union for Radical Political Economics Jan 29
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Revel Sims Nov 1
I was really inspired to learn more about the life and contributions of today at the celebration in his name where Michael Burawoy presented a touching framework for understanding his work—followed by insightful and engaging criticism
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Hüseyin Emlik Jan 24
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Hendrik Erz Jan 24
"It is one thing to burn down old institutions; it is quite another to build emancipatory new institutions from the ashes." —
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E Wayne Ross 24 Dec 15
Why Class Matters | Jacobin
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Public Books 5 Nov 14
discusses the question of class in (or not in) Piketty's CAPITAL…
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Filiz Kartal Jan 23
How to be an anticapitalist today - by Erik Olin Wright
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Adam Tebble Jan 26
What sad news. I came to 's work, from a very different ideological standpoint, late in the day; but just in time for it to play a major role in my most recent paper. In these divided times, I hope that is at least some kind of tribute to him and to his thought.
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